Over the last couple of years, we’ve expanded our Visual Studio VM image offerings for the Azure Marketplace. These images have proven to be popular not only for evaluating the latest Visual Studio releases, but also for jumpstarting developer environments in the cloud. In this post, we'll introduce new images optimized for running Visual ...
We want to keep you secure when using Visual Studio. If you’re using an older version of Visual Studio, we have several reminders about upcoming events in the Visual Studio support lifecycle.
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Visual Studio 2022 is our most productive IDE ever, and we recommend all our customers upgrade to it...
Visual Studio 2019 16.11 preview 2 is available today! Version 16.11 is focused on enhancing the stability and security of Visual Studio 2019. For features included in this release see the 16.11 Preview 1 blog post or check out the release notes.
In v16.9 Visual Studio release, we introduce the AI-powered Visual Studio Search service, which is integrated into the shortcut Ctrl+Q for intelligent Visual Studio feature searches. This blog post introduces the system architecture in high level details, including the core Azure services that we built and leveraged.
Visual Studio 2019 v16.9 Preview 3 releases today. Highlights of this release include additional functionality in C++, .NET Productivity, XAML Tools, and Accessibility. Check out the new features today!
We just completed our Head First C# book contest! This blog post shows off some of the more creative solutions to the code challenge, and tells you how you can still get the first four chapters of the book for free.
Visual Studio 2019 v16.9 Preview 2! Our C++, .NET, and Xamarin Forms teams have been hard at work to deliver some great new functionality. This includes improvements in IntelliSense, binding properties, and using directives. Check out this latest release to give our features a try.